Jason Momoa supports Ray Fisher amid ‘Justice League’ claims

Jason Momoa speaking in favor of his co-star.

In July, Ray Fisher, who appeared in “Justice League” alongside Momoa, accused Jose Whedon of “gross, abusive, unprofitable, and completely unacceptable” behavior on the movie’s set.

The 56-year-old director, Whedon, stepped in to wrap up the production on the picture when director Zack Snyder succumbed to a family tragedy.

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Additionally, Fisher, 33, accused producers Geoff Johns and John Berg of “enabling” the filmmaker’s alleged behavior.

Since then, WarnerMedia has launched an investigation into the claims, but the company has claimed that Fisher is not cooperative.

Ray Fisher and Jason Momoa at the Warner Bros. Pictures presentation during Comic-Con International 2017 in San Diego. Momoa supported Fisher after filmmaker Joss Whedon claimed to be ‘abusive’ and ‘unprofessional’ on the set. (Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Image)

Now, Momoa stepped up to bat to defend Fisher in an Instagram post shared on Monday.

The post featured a picture of the 41-year-old “Game of Thrones”, with Komicon sitting with his co-star during the panel.

“There is no need to go to this S – T @ ST8 and @Rebfisher and everyone who has those people who have worked for @wbpures NEEDS PROPERVIGIGATION PROPIGIGATIONATION,” Momoa captioned the post. “I think it’s f – ked that people issued a fake Frosty Declaration without my permission to try to distract from Ray Fisher, the way we were treated at the Justice League rehab.”


The actor referred to an upcoming “Frosty the Snowman” project, in which he was previously reported to play the title role. The announcement of the upcoming Warner Bros. project – said to be built by Berg and Johns – was made on the same. Days as Fisher claims.

Fox News has learned that the project is in the development stage and while it is about a snowman, Frosty is not the subject. It is not clear whether Momoa is associated.

Ray Fisher (left) and Joss Whedon.  (Photo by Jordan Strauss / Modification / AP)

Ray Fisher (left) and Joss Whedon. (Photo by Jordan Strauss / Modification / AP)

Warner Bros. declined to comment when it reached Fox News on Monday.

Meanwhile, Momoa concluded her Instagram post: “Serious stuff went down. It should be investigated and held people accountable. #IStandWithRayFisher.”

Whedon, Berg, and Johns did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comments, nor did Fisher and Momoa re-write for co-stars Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck and Ezra Miller.

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In a statement to Variety in July, Berg said it was “clearly untrue that we enabled any unprofessional behavior.”

He claimed: “I remember [Fisher] Being upset that we wanted him to say ‘Boya’, a famous saying of cyborg in the animated series. ”

Momoa has a strong relationship with Warner Bros. as the studio also earns his billions of dollars in “Aquaman”, its upcoming sequel and December’s blockbuster “Doon”.

The actor is currently working with 54-year-old Snyder on a new cut of the film, which will be released on HBO Max.

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